Expansion of ASL III. Intended to refine competence in receptive and expressive abilities through exposure to stylistic and regional ASL renditions. Deaf Community involvement. Prerequisites: ASL 051 or equivalent.
Prereq enforced by the system: ASL 051 or CMSI 051; or successful placement interview; Open to Degree and CDE students
Course Description: Designed for students who seek to increase proficiency in ASL. This course focuses on the use of ASL discourse in informal and formal settings. Students will explore the following genres: public speaking, artistic expression, formal discussion, interview, and narrative. Students will also develop ASL vocabulary in specialized areas not covered in previous courses.
This course consists of engaging in video assignments and viewing videos in ASL. Students are expected to actively participate by completing assigned activities, participating in video discussions, completing assignments online, respecting diverse perspectives and opinions, and supporting their opinions and answers with reasons, explanations, and documentation from a variety of sources.
Grades are based on Participation, Worksheets, Expressive Assignments, Quizzes, and Cumulative Project.
Living/Learn A A101 (View Campus Map)
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L/L Commons 302 (View Campus Map)
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